My Greenwood table is finally done. I've been putting nights and weekends into it off and on for about a month. This was my first experiment with mortis and tenon joinery. Working with roundwood is way more time consuming than dimensional lumber, but it was a fun project for the most part.
1st pic is the tools used for virtually the whole project. I also used a screwgun here and there for some joints that didn't seal well enough, but that was the only power tool involved.
2nd is a side view where you can see lots of the bracing, as well as little fish I put in the middle of the two lengthwise braces. The table looked "fishy" to me as I made it- turns out crooked logs don't want to be made plum or level, so everything looks a little... off. I wanted to celebrate how the table came out so I looked for a place to install a fish. And now I call it my fishy table.